Well, there you have it. Manchester United will be taking a first-leg Europa League semi-final lead back to Old Trafford. The Red Devils beat Celta Vigo 1-0 on the night, thanks to a simply stunning free-kick from Marcus Rashford.
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Manchester United have made a tremendous start to their Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo. The Red Devils come back to Old Trafford with a 1-0 lead under their belt, courtesy of a simply stunning free-kick delivered by the boot of Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United Football Club head to Spain today, to take on Celta Vigo for the first of our two-legged semi-final against the La Liga team. Jose Mourinho will be wary of the threat they pose, and he must have been worried about our injury situation ahead of the fixture.
Manchester United are already without Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo for the remainder of the season, with the pair suffering ligament damage in the same game against RSC Anderlecht. Now, Jose Mourinho has confirmed that a third player will join them in being unavailable for the rest of the campaign.
You’d certainly argue that Manchester United’s game against Celta Vigo this weekend is the biggest of our season so far. The Red Devils are desperate to secure a place in the final of the tournament, but our Spanish opponents will prove to be a stern test.
Manchester United dropped more points at Old Trafford this weekend, this time against Swansea City. Our season has been summed up by the amount of home draws we’ve suffered under Mourinho, and if we’d managed to convert even a couple of those games into wins, we’d be comfortably in the top four.
Manchester United Football Club made it ten home Premier League draws on the season today, with more needless points thrown away against Swansea City. It’s definitely becoming a recurring theme and one that we must snap out of next campaign.
Manchester United Football Club’s season now rests on the Europa League double-header against Celta Vigo. The Red Devils dropped another couple of needless points at home today, with Swansea City coming to Old Trafford and leaving with a 1-1 draw; a situation that has happened far too many times this season.
Manchester United Football Club kept the ball rolling in the Premier League over the weekend, with the Red Devils beating Burnley 2-0. In the dying embers of that fixture, Paul Pogba pulled up limp with an apparent injury. Now, the 24-year-old has been ruled out of the Manchester derby.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s season is over, after that horrific injury he suffered in the Europa League quarter-final against RSC Anderlecht almost a week ago. The 35-year-old, who has scored 28 goals for us in all competitions this season, has confirmed his desire to continue his career via social media.